The House of Commons will discuss allowing 16 and 17 year olds to vote twice this week. The first comes on Monday when MPs will discuss elected Mayors. An amendment has been tabled to allow 16 & 17 year olds a say in who runs their city. The second comes on Tuesday, when the Commons will debate a change made to the EU Referendum Bill by the Lords.
Cities and Local Government Devolution Bill
This is the drive to give more cities an elected mayor. It will start with Manchester and Bristol.
The Bill has nearly finished its way through the process and the first election looks to be in 2017.